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eNews December 2010 - National MS Society
Society convenes progressive MS meeting

Making progressive MS a priority

View the video nowMS investigators, research funding agencies and industry representatives recently met in Boston to map out next steps toward better understanding of factors underlying MS progression and to increase the number and quality of clinical trials in progressive MS. The meeting was convened by the Society and its Fast Forward initiative, which focuses on the rapid development of MS treatments in the commercial sector.

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On January 11, Dr. Timothy Coetzee, president of the Society’s Fast Forward initiative, will moderate a panel of international research experts who will discuss the progress being made in protecting and repairing the central nervous system in MS.

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People with MS made their opinions count in 2010. Their local, state and federal victories —small and large—will make life easier next year.

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Anthony Romero, diagnosed in 2001, with his son Diego, is one of the many who need a world free of MS. Help us mobilize people and resources. Your generous gift provides a tax advantage—along with hope for our future.

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Dec 7: Research funded in part by the Society identifies key player in nervous system repair

Dec 2: Small, early study suggests skin patch can suppress MS immune activity

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This communication is partially sponsored through the generous support of Bayer HealthCare,
Biogen Idec, Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation, and Teva Neuroscience, Inc.

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